Taiwan’s death toll from COVID-19 vaccination exceeds death toll from COVID-19 for the first time, according to Medical Trend.
On October 7th, the death toll after vaccination in Taiwan reached 852, while the death toll after the COVID-19 was diagnosed was 844. The number of deaths after vaccination exceeded the number of confirmed deaths for the first time.
Doctor Robert Malone tweeted:
Medical Trend reported:
According to a “Notice of Adverse Events after COVID-19 Vaccination” issued by Taiwan’s health department, on March 22 this year, Taiwan began vaccination. From that day to October 6, the death toll after vaccination in Taiwan has reached 849.
Among them, the death toll after vaccination with AZ was the largest, reaching 643; the death toll after vaccination with Moderna was 183, and the death toll after vaccination with Taiwan’s self-produced “Medigen” vaccine was 22.
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Meanwhile, Journal of the Chinese Medical Association published a study in September 2021: “Does COVID-19 vaccination cause excess deaths?”
The research noted: “While the number of deaths from the COVID-19 declined with the epidemic control on one side and the number of reported deaths after vaccination increased on the other side, fear triggered by news media seemed to slow down the speed of vaccination in Taiwan.”
It added: “The issue of excess deaths from COVID-19 vaccination is a scientifically difficult question, conditioned by the type of vaccines and the composition of vaccinated people in age and health.”
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